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Poster: lobster12 Date: Aug 4, 2011 7:18am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Favorite/Greatest Performances

Totally non Dead but I was thinking about this on the "greatest performances" topic. I think Phil Collins at Live aid is one of the great underrated gems of all time. Was his work on the Zep reunion great? No, but let's take a look at what he did. Does a set in London, takes a concorde to Philly hours later and does another set there. Sits in with Clapton on drums and then oh yeah, has the "easy" task of replacing John Bonham in a moment all of Led Zep have been waiting for in front of the entire world no less. No pressure there. Almost 30 years ago. Man I'm getting old

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Poster: leftwinger57 Date: Aug 4, 2011 9:09am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Favorite/Greatest Performances

Yeh I also was thinking non Dead all time best and for me it's
1. Jimi Hendrix---White Planes Civic Center 69
2.Pink floyd----Yankee Stadium 92?
3.Grateful Dead---Kesar Auditorium W/BG coming out w/ giant rolling skull/
4.Rolling Stones----Madison Sq Garden Aug71 Sticky Fingers
5.Bruce Springsteen---Berkley Comm. Theater 75
6.Stevie Ray Vaunghan----Kean C0llege 83?
And on it goes,many many more lots of individual band performances, way to many to list.

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